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    Make "swishes" by layering cards so that every ball swishes a hoop of the same color.

    Utilize logic and problem solving along with spatial processing skills to make swishes.

    Layer two or more transparent cards to complete swishes using all of the balls and hoops.

    We use our visual perception skills for everyday things like hanging a perfectly-aligned picture wall that would make a certain lifestyle icon turned women's penitentiary resident turned reality TV show host proud. But skills like that take practice. That's why there's a game called Swish. This spatial card game challenges players to make matches, or "swishes," by layering transparent cards on top of one another so that every ball swishes into a hoop of the same color. The player with the most swishes wins. Various levels of play and a few twists make Swish surprisingly addictive to play.

    Brain Health Expert Says:

    "This game activates the frontal lobe, which is important for logic and problem solving, and the parietal lobe, which is essential for proper spatial processing skills."


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    How to Play:

    Can be played solitaire or with multiple players. Shuffle the cards and lay out 16 in four rows of four. A swish is created by layering 2 or more cards on top of each other so that every ball fits into a hoop of the same color. Players race to complete “swishes” by mentally flipping, rotating, or stacking the cards but are not allowed to move the cards. Points are scored for the number of swishes found. Replace cards from the draw pile once swishes are completed.

    How to Win:

    The player with the most cards wins.


    Additional Information

    format skills game
    number of players groups
    manufacturer recommended age
    warnings Choking Hazard. Small Parts. Not Suitable for Children Under 3 Years.

    The Marbles BrainCoach says...

    Swish is my favorite visual perception game. I feel like it wakes my brain up, and because I can't touch the cards to move them into place, it offers more of a challenge for me. I like to see how many cards I can put in a stack and still have matches too. I think it has many more applications than the rules call for.

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